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OneLink Communications

San Juan Cable LLC
Trading name OneLink Communications
Type private
Industry triple play
Predecessors Adelphia Puerto Rico
Founded June 2005
Headquarters San Juan, Puerto Rico
Area served Bayamón
Carolina
Cataño
Guaynabo
San Juan
Toa Baja
Trujillo Alto
Services broadband
telephone
television
Owners Liberty Global
Website http://www.onelinkpr.net

San Juan Cable LLC (d/b/a OneLink Communications) was a triple player telecommunications company that provided broadband Internet access, VoIP, and television services in Puerto Rico. The company was owned by MidOcean Partners and Crestview Partners, which paid $250 million in June 2005 to buy the property from Adelphia. In June 25, 2012, it was rumored that Liberty Global may buy OneLink for $560 million USD.[1] The rumors came true as Liberty Global acquired Onelink Communications.[2]

OneLink covers the Puerto Rico metropolitan area and its services includes video on demand, high-definition television, and digital video recorders. The company is headquartered in San Juan and has over 145,000 television subscribers and 88,000 data customers.

Liberty announced on December 27, 2012 that OneLink customers will no longer have a capped internet which the previous limit was 40GB per month and that now it is unlimited. Naji Khoury, executive director of Liberty Puerto Rico, said the reason for this is "The use of the Internet has increased significantly in Puerto Rico and having access to it easy and rapidly has become a necessity in the daily life of Puerto Ricans.[3]

Contents

  • Internet Service Upgrade History 1
  • Municipalities served 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Internet Service Upgrade History

  • On March 2013, OneLink Communications began offering Internet speeds up to 10mb/s download and 1mb/s upload.
  • On May 2013, OneLink Communications began offering Internet speeds up to 20mb/s download and 2mb/s upload.
  • On June 2013, Onelink Communications began offering Internet speeds up to 40mb/s download and 2mb/s upload.

Municipalities served

References

  1. ^ Kantrow, Michelle. "Liberty mulling OneLink acquisition". News Is My Business. Retrieved 25 June 2012. 
  2. ^ "Liberty y OneLink formarán la compañía de cable más grande en PR". Noticias Liberty. Retrieved 27 December 2012. 
  3. ^ "Liberty elimina límite de Internet a clientes de OneLink". Noticel. Retrieved 27 December 2012. 

External links

  • OneLink Communications Official Site
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